1-abc.net Synchronizer

1-abc.net Synchronizer 7.01

This is a simple tool to synchronize the content of two folders
3.5  (2 votes)
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1-abc.net Synchronizer is a simple, neat, and handy application that lets you easily and quickly synchronize the content of two folders.
One of the best things about this handy utility is its ability to synchronize the contents of directories located on the local hard drives, on an external hard disk, on a network drive, or even on a remote FTP server. Another remarkable advantage is that it comes with a really simple and easy-to-use interface that makes the application suitable even for complete beginners. Using this tool will be an easy job for anyone, at anytime.

I also like its scheduling capabilities a lot. You can have the program automatically perform the synchronization job at any future time, without user intervention.

1-abc.net Synchronizer is also reliable: it will analyze the two selected folders, accurately detect their content differences, and accordingly transfer files among them. A synchronization check feature will perform a “fake synchronization” in order to simulate a real synchronization and see what changes will be performed. Another positive aspect about this tool is that the synchronization tasks can be saved and resumed at later times.

The only thing this tool lacks is, in my opinion, a proper folder content analysis tool that would promptly compare the contents of the two selected directories and show you the differences before you decide to start the actual synchronization job.

Anyway, 1-abc.net Synchronizer is a great tool that offers a really convenient solution for quickly and easily synchronizing the contents of two folders.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary


  • Supports syncing with folders located on FTP servers
  • Allows scheduling the synchronization
  • Easy-to-use interface


  • Lacks a distinct pre-synchronization folder content analysis and comparison tool
  • The interface cannot be resized or customized
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